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With the mission of "Increase What You Can Do", we aim to enhance corporate value and make a sustainable contribution to society through business growth.

ABILI (previously known as ClipLine), our core business, is a video management system developed to improve labor productivity in the service industry, which accounts for about 70% of GDP, The system has been used by 410,000 people at about 15,000 stores in a variety of service fields, including food service, retail, transportation, nursing care, and healthcare.

With the decline in the working population, the problem of labor shortages is becoming more serious in the service industry, and companies are taking various measures such as saving labor and hiring non-Japanese workers. However, the development of human resources, the source of value in the service industry, often takes a backseat, and this is a major factor hindering the sustainable growth of companies.

In addition, looking at employees working in the service industry, it is not uncommon to find harsh working conditions, such as long working hours and extremely low wage levels that have become a social problem. In many cases, non-regular employees are the mainstay of the workforce, but unlike regular employees, they often find themselves in a situation where they have little or no opportunity for a pay raise.
This makes it difficult to say that the service industry is an attractive industry for workers, despite the fact that it is a key industry.

Our goal is to provide ABILI to improve the productivity and performance of the entire company by visualizing the skills of each worker and creating an environment that allows each individual to be more capable, and to realize a world where the people working there can provide higher quality services.

In our own company, we will promote a diverse workforce with an eye on diversity to promote business growth, and work to build systems and environments that enable flexible work styles. Furthermore, through dialogue with various stakeholders, including employees, customers, business partners, and shareholders, we will aim to provide better services and manage the company with a high level of transparency.

We will continue to take on the challenge of "Increase What You Can Do" within and outside the company and contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

Materiality Identification

In order to meet the expectations and requests of our stakeholders, we have formulated key issues to be addressed on a priority basis.

1. Evaluation of importance from the company's point of view

First, we identified ESG factors that are closely related to our mission and business. Given that we are still in the process of building a foundation for business growth, we judged the materiality of ESG factors based on whether or not they are "events that have a substantial impact on the organization's ability to create value in the short, medium, and long term," as defined by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC).

2.Identification and organization of social issues

Based on our business environment and taking into consideration international frameworks and guidelines such as the GRI Standards, SASB, and the SDGs, we made an extensive list of social issues, organized issues that are relevant based on the characteristics of our business and other factors, and identified candidate materiality issues.

3.Assessment of importance from a stakeholder perspective

We evaluated the materiality of the materiality candidates based on a survey of disclosed information on ESG items that institutional investors are aware of when making investments, and on exchanges of opinions with external stakeholders, including shareholders, investors, and business partners.

4.Feasibility study and materiality identification

Clarify ESG materiality and set issues, measures, and targets. After considering whether or not the issues could be developed into actionable measures, and how the issues assessed from the stakeholders' and the company's perspective should be organized and verbalized, members including the management team held discussions to identify the materialities that should be prioritized.
We will promote specific measures formulated for each materiality and report regularly on the results of our activities. We also plan to review the materiality and specific measures based on it every year through dialogue with stakeholders.
Materiality identified
Associated SDGs

E: Environment

Environmental Considerations
・Reduction of energy consumption
・Reduction of CO2 emissions

・Utilization of cloud servers
・Promote energy conservation in offices
・Calculation of CO2 emissions

S: Society

Achieving a sustainable society through DX

・Realization of diverse work styles, correction of fixed disparities

・Expand the number of stores and users of the product

Improve employee engagement, attract and develop a diverse workforce

・Improvement of employee engagement

・Promotion of Health Management

・Promoting Diversity and Inclusion
・Work system incorporating remote work and flextime

・Compliance with labor-management agreements

・Management and improvement of paid leave utilization rate
(In the first year, employees are granted twice the number of days as required by law.)

・Utilization of the childcare leave system
(The childcare leave acquisition rate and return-to-work rate are 100% for both men and women.)

・Enhanced benefits that support improved learning and communication opportunities

・Enhanced training programs through lectures by professionals and online formats

・Employees take the initiative in formulating and disseminating the mission, vision, and values

・Maintain regular review opportunities for evaluation and compensation systems
(Performance-based incentives are being introduced)

・Enhancement of health management packages

・Recruitment of foreign nationals

G: Governance

Establish a management structure that supports sustainable growth
・Establishment of a fair and highly transparent management system

・Compliance and Risk Management

・Ensuring Information Security
・Ensure attendance rate at Board of Directors and Board of Corporate Auditors meetings
(Attendance rate of close to 100% ensured)

・Election of outside directors (including women)

・Third-party confirmation by an auditing firm

・Regular reviews by investors

・Establishment of Risk Management Committee and Whistleblower Office

・BCP Plan Update

・Holds Privacy Mark certification,
Obtained ISMS "ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (JIS Q 27001:2014)" certification

Grand First Kandakonyacho 5F,
15 Kandakonyacho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo, 101-0035


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